Kalie Shorr released her debut EP Slingshot last Friday (March 3) and we can all agree that it’s absolutely amazing.
The country songstress’s debut record has received an overwhelming response of positive reviews from music outlets such as SiriusXM’s The Highway, CMT, Radio Disney Country, and more.
“I feel so embraced by the Nashville community, and their support has enabled me to do so many things that, historically speaking, were impossible for an independent artist. From radio to streaming to media, I really feel the love and know that my successes have come from all of them seeing something in me and my music and wanting to help,” says Shorr. “It has changed my life and I am so appreciative.”
The Slingshot EP was produced by Aaron Eshuis with the exception of “Fight Like A Girl” which was produced by Jason Afable and provides the lyric that inspired the EP’s title: “What he doesn’t know is I’ve got a slingshot and a stone”.
Released as a single in 2016, “Fight Like A Girl” is responsible for making Shorr the second best-selling debut country female of last year behind only Maren Morris. Celeb Secrets Country caught up with Shorr during CMA Fest last year where she talked all about “Fight Like A Girl” and the importance the track has on today’s society.
A Portland, Maine native, Shorr now resides is Nashville and is represented by Creative Artists Agency for bookings, writerslist for publishing, Flood Bumstead McCready & McCarthy for business management and Cassetty Entertainment for personal management.
Listen to Slingshot EP below and keep up with Kalie by following her on Twitter at @KalieShorr.